Two Types Of Homestay
A. Traditional Homestay includes three meals per day, seven days per week. You will learn how to make your own breakfast and lunch (self-served), and dinner will be with your hosts most nights of the week. You will also have opportunities to accompany your hosts in activities and family events.
B. Bed & Breakfast (B&B) Homestay only includes a self-served breakfast. The B&B homestay allows for more
independence because you will be responsible to purchase your own lunch and dinner foods as well as cooking the meals. You will share the kitchen and
the home with hosts who enjoy the cultural exchange of a homestay without the
daily commitment of our Traditional Homestay option. We recommend Bed & Breakfast Homestay for people with advanced English skills (480
TOEFL or 550 TOEIC) or who have lived at least three months in the